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Noninvasive brain-computer interface driven hand orthosis

C. E. King, P. T. Wang, M. Mizuta, D. J. Reinkensmeyer, A. H. Do, S. Moromugi, Z. Nenadic
2011 2011 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society  
Novel technologies, such as brain-computer interface (BCI), may be able to restore or augment impaired motor behaviors by engaging relevant cortical areas.  ...  An able-bodied subject performed contralateral hand grasping to achieve continuous online control of the hand orthosis, suggesting that the integration of a noninvasive BCI with a hand orthosis is feasible  ...  Brain-computer interface (BCI) may offer a novel approach to restoring or augmenting lost motor behaviors in stroke patients.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iembs.2011.6091432 pmid:22255655 dblp:conf/embc/KingWMRDMN11 fatcat:plpccbwn7fefpmgjjri2vnnsre

ブレイン・マシン・インターフェースによる 脳卒中片麻痺上肢のリハビリテーション

牛場 潤一
2012 Japanese Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
Stroke 39(3) , 910-917. 22)Daly JJ, Cheng R, Rogers J, Litinas K, Hrovat K, Dohring M(2009)Feasibility of a new application of noninvasive brain computer interface(BCI) : a case study of training for  ...  Brain-Computer Interface(BCI)intervention for upper limb movement in severe hemiplegia due to stroke has been therefore widely studied.  ... 
doi:10.11253/ninchishinkeikagaku.14.43 fatcat:4j6gk72fhrfxfli7tckof7fu3i

Brain–computer interface in paralysis

Niels Birbaumer, Ander Ramos Murguialday, Leonardo Cohen
2008 Current Opinion in Neurology  
Introduction A brain-computer interface (BCI) or brain-machine interface uses brain signals to drive external devices without participation of the spinal and peripheral motor system.  ...  Brain-computer interface using metabolic changes NIRS measuring changes in oxygenation and in deoxygenation of the cortical surface is a relatively cheap noninvasive technology whose regulation can be  ... 
doi:10.1097/wco.0b013e328315ee2d pmid:18989104 fatcat:gphzfkllyfagllnoe3n6uftp2e

Motor Imagery-Based Brain-Computer Interface Coupled to a Robotic Hand Orthosis Aimed for Neurorehabilitation of Stroke Patients

Jessica Cantillo-Negrete, Ruben I. Carino-Escobar, Paul Carrillo-Mora, David Elias-Vinas, Josefina Gutierrez-Martinez
2018 Journal of Healthcare Engineering  
Therefore, this work presents the implementation of a BCI system, coupled to a robotic hand orthosis and driven by hand motor imagery of healthy subjects and the paralysed hand of stroke patients.  ...  Motor imagery-based brain-computer interfaces (BCI) have shown potential for the rehabilitation of stroke patients; however, low performance has restricted their application in clinical environments.  ...  The authors would like to thank Marlene Galicia-Alvarado for her helpful comments and Jose Antonio Barraza-Madrigal for helping in the design of the graphical user interface used in this work.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2018/1624637 pmid:29849992 pmcid:PMC5903326 fatcat:ykf3nkgzkjedbne3yzazflixqu

On the road to a neuroprosthetic hand: A novel hand grasp orthosis based on functional electrical stimulation

R Leeb, M Gubler, M Tavella, H Miller, Jose Del R Míllan
2010 2010 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology  
In this paper, we present an adaptable passive hand orthosis which is capable of producing natural and smooth movements when coupled with FES.  ...  To patients who have lost the functionality of their hands as a result of a severe spinal cord injury or brain stroke, the development of new techniques for grasping is indispensable for reintegration  ...  by a brain-computer interface (BCI) [7] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/iembs.2010.5627412 pmid:21096744 fatcat:z77m2gu4kbbndpvl42bwnmcrri

EEG-Based Asynchronous BCI Controls Functional Electrical Stimulation in a Tetraplegic Patient

Gert Pfurtscheller, Gernot R. Müller-Putz, Jörg Pfurtscheller, Rüdiger Rupp
2005 EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing  
The present study reports on the use of an EEG-based asynchronous (uncued, user-driven) brain-computer interface (BCI) for the control of functional electrical stimulation (FES).  ...  By the application of FES, noninvasive restoration of hand grasp function in a tetraplegic patient was achieved.  ...  For the transformation of mental commands reflected in changes of the brain signal into control signals for FES devices, an asynchronous, user-driven brain-computer interface (BCI) is necessary [4] .  ... 
doi:10.1155/asp.2005.3152 fatcat:g7vwwtdhefb6bmxivbaffefq2q

OrthoJacket: an active FES-hybrid orthosis for the paralysed upper extremity

Oliver Schill, Roland Wiegand, Bastian Schmitz, Richard Matthies, Ute Eck, Christian Pylatiuk, Markus Reischl, Stefan Schulz, Rüdiger Rupp
2011 Biomedical Engineering  
Therefore this BMBF funded project aims at the development of a non invasive, modular FES-hybrid orthosis for the upper extremity, which combines the advantages of orthotics in mechanically stabilising  ...  The integration of novel user interfaces based on residual muscle activities and detection of movement intentions by real-time data mining methods will enable the user to independently control the system  ...  Within the recently started, EU-funded project TOBI (Tools for Brain Computer interaction, project number 224631) the possibility of using non invasive Brain-Computer Interfaces for the control of grasp  ... 
doi:10.1515/bmt.2010.056 pmid:21210758 fatcat:gnng2gjatvaonp4t5ys4uf7lsq

Brain-computer interface training combined with transcranial direct current stimulation in patients with chronic severe hemiparesis: Proof of concept study

Y Kasashima-Shindo, T Fujiwara, J Ushiba, Y Matsushika, D Kamatani, M Oto, T Ono, A Nishimoto, K Shindo, M Kawakami, T Tsuji, M Liu
2015 Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine  
Methods: Subjects were divided between a brain-computer interface group and a tDCS-brain-computer interface group and participated in a 10-day brain-computer interface training.  ...  The tDCS-brain-computer interface group received anodal tDCS before brain-computer interface training. Event-related desynchronization was evaluated before and after the intervention.  ...  Brain-computer interface (BcI) system. the participant is seated in front of a screen that displays the task and visual feedback. the paretic hand is placed on the motor-driven orthosis, which extends  ... 
doi:10.2340/16501977-1925 pmid:25655381 fatcat:et2odohi3zgdffr6wbpkdspgz4

Brain-Computer Interface Controlled Robotic Gait Orthosis [article]

An H. Do, Po T. Wang, Christine E. King, Sophia N. Chun, Zoran Nenadic
2013 arXiv   pre-print
A commercial robotic gait orthosis (RoGO) system (treadmill suspended), was interfaced with the BCI computer.  ...  Brain-computer interface (BCI) controlled lower extremity prosthesis may constitute one such novel approach.  ...  A brain-computer interface (BCI) controlled lower extremity prosthesis may be one such novel approach.  ... 
arXiv:1208.5024v3 fatcat:h664xtaf2nabxo2ssbofuttn2i

Noninvasive Electroencephalography Equipment for Assistive, Adaptive, and Rehabilitative Brain–Computer Interfaces: A Systematic Literature Review

Nuraini Jamil, Abdelkader Nasreddine Belkacem, Sofia Ouhbi, Abderrahmane Lakas
2021 Sensors  
The braincomputer interface (BCI) has turned into a field involving new elements for assistive and rehabilitative technologies.  ...  Humans interact with computers through various devices.  ...  Evaluation of a P300-based brain-machine interface for a robotic hand-orthosis control. Front. Neurosci. 2020, 14, 589659. [CrossRef] 134.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21144754 fatcat:j2dvdi6aobgflkijoxjf63vnwy

Use of Electroencephalography Brain-Computer Interface Systems as a Rehabilitative Approach for Upper Limb Function After a Stroke: A Systematic Review

Esther Monge-Pereira, Jaime Ibañez-Pereda, Isabel M. Alguacil-Diego, Jose I. Serrano, María P. Spottorno-Rubio, Francisco Molina-Rueda
2017 PMR  
Methodology.This systematic review compiles all available studies that assess an upper 11 limb intervention based on an electroencefalography-based brain computer interface 12 systems in patients with  ...  with a hemiplegia, regardless 18 of lesion origin or evolution time; 3) interventions using electroencefalography-based 19 brain computer interface were applied for training functional abilities of the  ...  Feasibility of a 538 new application of noninvasive Brain Computer Interface (BCI): a case study of 539 training for recovery of volitional motor control after stroke.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pmrj.2017.04.016 pmid:28512066 fatcat:2oo2sql2u5gdraqbjbfpzumqbu

Longitudinal Analysis of Stroke Patients' Brain Rhythms during an Intervention with a Brain-Computer Interface

Ruben I. Carino-Escobar, Paul Carrillo-Mora, Raquel Valdés-Cristerna, Marlene A. Rodriguez-Barragan, Claudia Hernandez-Arenas, Jimena Quinzaños-Fresnedo, Marlene A. Galicia-Alvarado, Jessica Cantillo-Negrete
2019 Neural Plasticity  
Therefore, new therapies, especially those based on brain-computer interfaces (BCI) and robotic assistive devices, are currently under research.  ...  Upper limb rehabilitation is particularly challenging since approximately 35% of patients recover significant hand function after 6 months of the stroke's onset.  ...  The BCI intervention was comprised by passive hand movement provided by means of a robotic hand orthosis driven by MI of the paralyzed hand of patients, undergoing an intervention as part of a larger study  ... 
doi:10.1155/2019/7084618 pmid:31110515 pmcid:PMC6487113 fatcat:z5uwk47x4zd53dzuzoipze2iiu

Brain–computer interface and assist-as-needed model for upper limb robotic arm

Akim Kapsalyamov, Shahid Hussain, Askhat Sharipov, Prashant Jamwal
2019 Advances in Mechanical Engineering  
The robot intervention point is obtained from the patient's intent which is captured through braincomputer interface.  ...  In the present work, a braincomputer interface and assist-as-needed training paradigm have been proposed for an upper limb rehabilitation robot.  ...  decrease the system's parametric errors. 11 There are also other works which propose AAN type of control for their systems; [12] [13] [14] however, there are no works which have incorporated both BCI (brain-computer  ... 
doi:10.1177/1687814019875537 fatcat:rpkjmb5vgndhvklrpkyfowhp5u

Brain-computer interfaces for post-stroke motor rehabilitation: a meta-analysis

María A. Cervera, Surjo R. Soekadar, Junichi Ushiba, José del R. Millán, Meigen Liu, Niels Birbaumer, Gangadhar Garipelli
2018 Annals of Clinical and Translational Neurology  
Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) can provide sensory feedback of ongoing brain oscillations, enabling stroke survivors to modulate their sensorimotor rhythms purposefully.  ...  Driven by advances in other technological areas such as virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR), robotics, invasive and noninvasive brain-computer interfaces (BCIs), 15 as well as pharmacology, 16, 17  ...  Figure 1 . 1 Illustration of typical brain-computer interface (BCI) systems used in post-stroke motor rehabilitation highlighting sensory feedback modalities.  ... 
doi:10.1002/acn3.544 pmid:29761128 pmcid:PMC5945970 fatcat:wotmtsw4jjdxzfjx4iquekhyxe

Brain-computer interface controlled robotic gait orthosis

An H Do, Po T Wang, Christine E King, Sophia N Chun, Zoran Nenadic
2013 Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation  
A commercial robotic gait orthosis (RoGO) system (suspended over a treadmill) was interfaced with the BCI computer to allow for computerized control.  ...  Brain-computer interface (BCI) controlled lower extremity prostheses may constitute one such novel approach.  ...  the Long Beach Veterans Affairs Southern California Institute for Research and Education (SCIRE) Small Projects Grant, the Long Beach Veterans Affairs Advanced Research Fellowship Grant, the American Brain  ... 
doi:10.1186/1743-0003-10-111 pmid:24321081 pmcid:PMC3907014 fatcat:m7hlg6ygcrgfpetz4kou6xgumq
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